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international negotiated financial transactions (part 1)
International Forex Currency Risk Agreements (Part 1)

by - Calum Coburn

My Currency or Yours? Billions of Dollars, Euros, Yen, British Pounds and a multitude form of international currency whips around the world electronically every day, in a mind numbing blink of the eye. Every business person knows how
Conflict Negotiation: Psychological Dynamics

"It is easier to perceive error than to find the truth, for the former lies on the surface and is easily seen, while the latter lies in the depth, where few are willing to search for it." Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe Freud is alleged to have said,
What Is Win-Win Negotiation?

by - Steve Roberts

Ever heard someone say that they 'gave away the farm'? Despite our best intentions, we sometimes negotiate too much value away to arrive at an agreement. Even when we go into our talks with high motivations and a grandiose exuberant spirit
How to Build Client Business Relationships

by - Keith Peel

A top tier accounting firm was busy celebrating another year of fee income growth from one of its most important audit clients, a huge telecommunications business. The audit had run smoothly from the accountants’ view, despite some
21 Fun Stress Releases and How to Negotiate them

If you work in IT, and you're not experiencing stress on the job, consider yourself lucky - very lucky. In a 2006 stress survey, 97% of people working in IT reported that they experienced on the job stress - not just occasionally - but on a
Getting to Yes
Getting to Yes (book review)

by - Roger Fisher & William Ury

'Getting to Yes - Negotiating Agreement Without Giving In' by Roger Fisher and William Ury was first published in 1981 and has become a classic read for any novice interested in learning negotiation skills. The reader should be aware
Gender Benders

by - Dianna Booher

Gender Negotiation Communication Style Differences: Women Little did we know that the communication differences we experienced as children on the playground would move from the classroom to the boardroom. As the face of business
8 Effective Negotiation Training Skills

We learn a lot from school and later skills training, but the truth is that unless we learn the most important lessons and can apply these skills outside of the classroom in the tough school of hard knocks we call 'real life', our results will
Internal Negotiations: Supporting the External Deal

by - Richard Morse

Considerable effort is given to negotiation training and preparation by negotiators in their external negotiation interactions with clients, suppliers, partner and competitors. We have seen from our experience from training B2B
Successfully Negotiating International Business Contractual Agreements

Western business people are often in too much of a hurry, and rush into making a deal. In international partnerships, we should spend more time thinking about how 'haste makes waste' rather than succumbing to the belief that 'time is
First Moves in Negotiating Global Agreements

Comparing local negotiations to global negotiations with a prospective foreign partner, is like trying to compare a game of chequers to a game of chess. Although both share similarities, with winning as the object, they are very
Corporate Negotiation Strategy Check-List (Part 2)

by - Steven Roberts

This article is a continuation from Pre-Negotiation Strategy Check List Part 1. These are the remainder of factors that corporate negotiators need to take into account preparing their negotiating strategy. 9. Your Place or Mine? In
Pre-Negotiation Strategy Plan CheckList (Part 1)

To perform well, and perform well consistently, we must first learn to prepare. Ask any athlete who spends countless tedious hours preparing for a competition, or a lawyer about to step into a court room. At the end of our negotiation
Price Tactics for Win-Lose Negotiations

There are some terms that need to be understood when you are involved in one-on-one negotiations. These are negotiations that pit two parties against each other, where the only interest is to wrest out the best value for themselves. this
Multiparty Negotiations (part 2)

Now that we have considered all the challenges that can be posed by multiparty negotiations in Multi-Party Negotiations (part 1), let us now turn to examining some really effective solutions and tactics, to overcome some of these
Multi-Party Negotiations (part 1)

Many business partnerships that are forged in today's increasingly specialised business milieu, often involves 3 or more partners who are co-joining into complex agreements. This bubbling stew pot of positions, needs, and ambitions
Group Negotiations

When you have a group of managers sitting in a boardroom, you could be reminded of ancient Roman days, when two or more robed members, clustered in the shadows intent on forming a power block. Plotting to cause the downfall of another member
Negotiation Place: Does Turf Matter?

by - Marty Latz

At the close of the day, I was escorted into his corner office. He was the managing partner of the law firm, and he sat behind a huge desk, in the power position. It was my final interview. If it went well, I hoped to receive a job offer. So began
Business Contract Agreement Advice

Once upon a time, business people would seal a transaction with nothing more than a robust grasp of arms or a firm handshake. When the deal fell apart, they often settled the matter through a pain filled contest of weapons. Whoever was
Business Negotiation Preparation

All good negotiation plans are premised on good strategy and adapting our tactics to meet new challenges. Strategy is not based on guesswork but on intelligence, and even more importantly, negotiation preparation. It is one thing to